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Old 04-30-2004, 09:10 PM   #1
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Resource thread? SAMBA 3 member server in the Win2k Domain


Hey all!

Just want to know how many people use a samba server (mainly as a file server) in the win2k domain.

Success stories, problems, how to sites with good information to help people who are considering intergrating a samba file server into their windows domain.

Things they should consider?

Hoping to get a good resource thread going for anyone interested in this.

I've recently setup a linux server with samba 3 and have managed to make it part of the domain. I'm now working on setting up shares using win2k domain authentication.

I've had a difficult time finding much information especially in regards to samba 3 so was hoping people could post up links or other info on intergrating a samba 3 server into a windows domain as a file server.
 
  


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